Schlafmutze wrote:Does ballaratebikes ship outside of australia?
My kelly KLS just died on me and I'd really like to get one of these, I'm working on a display for my bike that runs full version of windows 10 on a raspberry pi size computer, and having a dashboard like that would be pretty sick.
He sure does.. I'm not in Australia.
Funnily enough I'm also working on something similar, 7 inch touch display connected to a Lattepanda, so all settings/dashboards/datalogging etc can be run right on the bike with permanently connected serial comms to the controller. Currently in the process of drawing up an enclosure to mount on the bike. For now the external shunt Cycle analyst is working great though. As with most of my projects though it's probably going to be going far slower than I would like, at least until I potentially change roles for something less full on.
As a general update, I'm very, very happy with this controller. It's a properly engineered piece of power electronics with functional software that you can purchase for a very affordable price. Power density is awesome, perhaps second only to the Adaptto Max-E in this size bracket, however the Adaptto is twice the price and I've already blown up 4 of them - I don't see this dropping dead any time soon. There is a wealth of hidden settings and has the ability to be tuned very precisely to your specific motor. I've got to change out my Circuit breaker for something more suitable (currently running a 63a AC unit, it doesn't pop on 180a bursts but still makes me nervous) and do some more motor setting tweaks before I get it on a Dyno and see what it's really laying down to the tire.
I've got my regen currently set up for 'slip' regen when off throttle, with a much stronger setting configured on my left lever via a switch. I've also got a pressure transducer off the left master cylinder which does work beautifully, but only within a limited range - I need to tweak the signal out of this to make it a completely seamless rear brake replacement. I frequently commute the 20 odd KM to work and never actually touch the physical brakes with 95% of that just being from getting off the throttle. It's very 'tesla' like in that regard.